Camp Camped out
I have read all the comments of late about Nottm. Forest to whom I have supported since 1959.
I just see now turmoil each season, when we do get it right we don't support the manager.
No matter what you say the best run of consistency in the last 10 years was under Billy Davies and the board failed misserably to support his requirements when needing 2 players in January window 2 years ago. I remember watching us play away at Newcastle and felt then that that loss was the end of the season. Simon Driscoll to me was building a steady squad together and if he had got to the January window it would have been very interesting who he bought in.
I really do not see how the new owners have Football background and it looks like changing the manager when not needed proves the point.
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You can not buy success unless you have strength at the helm to run it.
Alex McLeish I do not see as a candidate to take us up this year or next and does not have the support of the supporters so he will struggle with every lost point the club fail to achieve.
So after many a good year of support my advice is Bring a manager in that the players want to play for and respect and play for each other.
Lee Camp, yes was a very good keeper and I think he has lost his edge but with a defence who can not pick up attackers it leaves him wide open.
To let him go for Free is not good business, if he does not want to sign a contract and commit to his job then sell him, what ever you get for him has to be better than nothing.
Where again is the business logic in that.
Nottingham Forest I dearly hope to see back in the premiership but only if we can compete when we get there.
The structure is wrong, the owners have to understand the supporteres will make the club if they play winning football.
Look across the river, Notts. have started to lose touch and the supporters have shown they will not come to see a side not performing, they have got themselves in a strong position and now the owner is restricting the cash to strengthen when needed.
Just who does understand football?